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entrepreneurs. that's huge. yeah, this is cool. this is part of a program that catholic charities organized to give them hands on experience in the business world. some created art , others drinks, others sold candy and food. also had a special guest to treat mayor of san jose. organizers say the event was a success, but aren't sure they're going to be able to organize another one. i guess it all depends on whether or not they'll secure funding, so we
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will see the business people now, though. i mean, that is so smart, being your own boss in charge of charge of everything and their kids, they're going to be just fine. that is gonna be good. all right. thank you so much for joining us. our next newscast [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- glen powell, christian slater, musical guest, arlo parks. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 1956. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow! that is great. [ cheers and applause ] guys, welcome to "the tonight show." settle down, you're going to cause another earthquake. [ laughter ] gosh, it was a wild day here in new york city. new york city got our biggest earthquake in over a century. yeah. while everything was shaking, times square elmo was like, "whoa, the drugs are hitting different today." [ laughter ] no one was ready for an earthquake. the last thing new yorkers expected to see this morning was the statue of liberty twerking. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] but this is good. is that twerking? [ laughter ]
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but this is good. the nypd said that the earthquake did not cause any damage to the subway. yep. apparently, all that damage was there before. so -- [ laughter ] what a week it's been, new york. on wednesday we had floods, today there was an earthquake, on monday there's going to be an eclipse. the craziest of all, last night the mets won. [ cheers and applause ] unbelievable week! yes! new york, for the win. yeah, the earthquake was pretty wild, and after it happened everyone's phones got emergency alerts. did you get that? yeah, check this. first it said, "new york was struck by a 4.8 magnitude earthquake. remain calm." yep. then it said, "the earthquake was a 4.8, but on tinder it says it was a 6.1." [ laughter ] then it said, "bro, the marketing for 'godzilla x kong' is out of control." [ laughter ] and finally, it said, "the earth saw everyone simping the moon and sun and said, 'remember me, bish?'" [ cheers and applause ]
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yeah, here's what i was doing during the earthquake. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i just finished my card tower. now to take a sip of champagne while admiring my fine china. [ laughter ] [ rumbling ] woah. was that an earthquake? crazy. >> steve: dude, did you feel that earthquake? [ laughter ] [ clattering ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: see you out there. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: did i do that? >> jimmy: meanwhile the local news has been covering the earthquake nonstop, and it seems like everyone has asked the same question. watch this. >> you just kind of have to ask everyone, "hey, did you feel it? did you feel it?" >> i didn't feel it at all, susan. did you feel it? >> we did not. >> more importantly, did you feel it? >> did you guys feel it this morning? >> did you feel it a lot? >> did you feel it? >> did you feel it? >> did you feel it? >> did anybody feel it? >> did you feel it? >> do you know anybody who felt it?
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>> none of us felt it. we felt left out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you feel it? but fellas, if you have to ask, the answer is probably no. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> steve: feel it. twerk. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: well, guys, as i mentioned, the solar eclipse is on monday, and a lot of companies are trying to get a a piece of the publicity. i saw that moon pies came up with a special edition treat. i saw sun chips has a new bag of chips. but some other brands tried to get in on it too, and they seem kinda desperate. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, for instance, tito's said, "you want a a blackout? we'll give you a blackout." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: next up, planet fitness said, "just walk into our locker room if you wanna get mooned." [ laughter ] after that, boeing said, "looking for something crazy in the sky? hold our beer." [ laughter ] then toys "r" us said, "we also disappear then reappear every decade."
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[ laughter ] next up, vibram five-finger shoes said, "here's something that hurts to look at." [ laughter ] and finally trojan said, "get ready for the best three minutes of your life." there you go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] well guys, i know it seems like an eclipse is simply the moon blocking the sun for a few minutes. but it's actually pretty complicated. so to simplify things, we put together this educational video. enjoy. >> what if we could give you an incredibly easy way to remember all the complex terminology surrounding the upcoming solar eclipse? would that be worth a dollar? ♪ >> woo. ♪
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>> so what is -- >> am i singing in a foreign language? ha-ha-ha! nope! we've taken all the key terminology surrounding the upcoming eclipse and compressed them into a single, ridiculously easy to remember portmanteau. made up of celestial mechanics, syzygetic alignment, co-linearality, the penumbral nucleus of the moon's shadow, ephemeral nocturnality, synodic interplay, and the draconic month. so sing it with me. ♪ ♪ >> everybody now! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ syninterdracmonth syninterdracmonth syninterdracmonth ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: so much easier. >> steve: now i got it. >> jimmy: guy, get this, i read that black & decker has recalled two million steamers because they can expel, spray, or leak hot water during use. so, be careful. your steamers might be -- [ laughter ] steamers. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's why i bought it. that's what it's supposed to do. some entertainment news. it was just announced that "toy story 5" is coming out in 2026. you can tell andy is getting a a little old because he spends the whole movie turning his toys into bongs. [ laughter ] "look, it's bong lightyear." [ laughter ] yeah in this movie, 40-year-old andy is asked to leave the toy store because he's creeping out the kids. [ laughter ] and finally, guys, yesterday a a southwest airlines flight was about to take off from texas when one of its engines caught on fire. [ audience ohs ] it was scary, but thankfully all the bathrooms overflowed and put everything out.
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[ cheers and applause ] we have a great show. glen powell is here. christian slater is joining us. and we got music from arlo parks. let's go write some "thank you notes," everybody. come on, now. ♪ >> jimmy: arlo parks. guys, today is friday. that's usually when i catch up on personal stuff. i check my inbox. i return some emails and, of course, i write out "thank you notes." and i was running a bit behind. do you mind if i -- [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] ah, he's happier than normal. >> steve: hyped up from the earthquake. >> jimmy: he got shook by the earthquake. >> steve: yeah, he got totally shook. you can tell. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: nice to see you, james. [ laughter ] they call him shaky james. >> steve: yeah, shaky james.
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>> jimmy: shaky james on the keys, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! jimmy shakes. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, earth, for switching your settings this morning from silent to vibrate. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, bald eagles, or as bald eagles put it, "um, can you just call us eagles?" [ applause ] ♪ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, takis, for answering the question, "what if flaming hot cheetos hurt?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: takis. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, spice racks, for making your spices look like a live studio audience at a cooking show. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: cinnamon. [ laughter ]
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♪ >> jimmy: thank you, weighted blankets, for helping me sleep while making me feel like i'm getting x-rayed at the dentist. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: beep. >> jimmy: beep. >> steve: beep. >> jimmy: this is going to save me from -- oh, yeah, yeah. >> steve: going to protect me and all. oh yeah, don't worry. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. ♪ thank you, tennis balls, for being there through every part of life. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you, random pickle spear that comes with my sandwich -- [ cheers ] -- for having -- for having big "who invited her?" energy. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: woo. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, wrestlemania, for giving out huge belts to people who don't wear pants.
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[ cheers and applause ] there you have it everybody. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with glen powell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> we got a scumbag out there on the streets pushing angel dust in every neighborhood in town. what are we gonna do? >> this isn't my frist rodeo, jack hole! [ laughter ] >> you watch your mouth! at once ♪ see als ♪ [droids beeping] [loud indistinct chatter] ♪ [message received tone] ♪ ♪ i wanna see all my friends at once ♪ [find my chime] ♪ ♪ i wanna see all my friends at once ♪ ♪ [find my chime] [in unison] - hey! ♪ [thud] ♪ ♪ i wanna see all my friends at once ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a a talented actor who stars in the new movie, "hit man," which is in select theaters may 24th and on netflix june 7th. everyone, please welcome glen powell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, bud. looking good. looking like a stud.
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>> aw shucks, thanks. >> jimmy: happy you're back here. you know, you were in the building not too long ago. you made a cameo on "saturday night live" with sydney sweeney when she hosted. what was that like? >> it was pretty epic. i mean, i've always wanted to do "saturday night live" my whole life, so to be, obviously, in your old halls, it was pretty crazy. >> jimmy: yeah, and were you nervous at all doing it live, or was it exciting? >> well, i knew i was gonna do the monologue, so sydney and i kinda planned this little bit. >> jimmy: you didn't know you were going to be in the sketch? >> no, the sketch was told to me by lorne, like -- you probably do a better lorne impression than i do, but we're sitting there having a cocktail below the bleachers. i'm thinking we're kind of done, and then he's like, "you know, i have this idea. you know, like maybe, maybe you're in the next sketch?" and i'm like, "wait, what do you mean?" and he's like, "you know, we'll figure out a way to kind of into the sketch." and he just -- i -- 15 minutes before, i'm like, "do i have a a line? what am i doing?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's really -- that's live tv. >> it was the pace of it that was very exciting. look, i don't know if i nailed it, but hopefully i'm invited back. >> jimmy: no, you nailed it.
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you nailed it, buddy. you were great. [ cheers and applause ] they love you. they love you. you know, i'm a fan, but you're in this new film, "hit man" and you are getting great reviews, buddy. congratulations on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: the movie is -- certified fresh, rotten tomatoes. it's a fresh tomato. you also co-wrote it with the director richard linklater, who is one of my all-time faves. i love that guy. he's been on the show before. >> yeah, rick and i, i did one of my first movies with rick, "fast food nation" when i was like, you know, a 14-year-old in austin. and, you know, so we got to write this thing together. and, you know, it's been kind of crazy because, like, actually one of -- i got to collaborate with him on a movie called "everybody wants some!!" which is like the spiritual sequel to "dazed and confused," if anybody has ever seen it. it's a great movie. >> jimmy: it's a fantastic movie. [ cheers and applause ] i love that movie. >> rick actually came on your show. >> jimmy: yeah. >> probably, i don't know, nine years ago. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and he was talking -- he showed a clip from "everybody wants some!!" on the show, and
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you called me out in the clip. and it was like the greatest day of my life that jimmy fallon said my name on the show. so, yeah, i just -- this feels very full circle that i'm actually invited this time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, of course. i don't really -- you have it? we have the clip. i don't really remember. here's the clip, let's take a a look at this interview. ♪ you see i got more clothes than muhammad ali and i dress so viciously ♪ ♪ i got bodyguards i got two big cars ♪ it definitely ain't the whack ♪ >> tell me, dale. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's the most fun movie. that's just a clip, a taste of it. >> the scene goes on for awhile. >> who's the guy in the passenger seat? >> glen powell. >> jimmy: glen powell. >> yeah, he plays finn. >> jimmy: man, he runs away. he's just got a couple of scenes in there where i just go, "ah." >> he's amazing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's your movie, bud. >> that's so fun. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, dude. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. >> thanks for saying my name. you're really responsible for all of this. >> jimmy: no, you're so good. "hit man," where you shot it,
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was in texas. when it premieres, you'll be out there and that exact same day, you're being inducted into the texas film hall of fame. i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] that's got to mean something. >> no, it's awesome. it's awesome. i mean, obviously born and raised in austin, texas, and, you know, the theater that i'm being inducted into this thing is where i did my first musical. so, i was like, i did "sound of music" and i did "music man," "oliver." and so it's all happening at this theater that i get to kind of get this award at. so it's all very full circle. and to do it with richard linklater who is, you know, a -- >> jimmy: legend. >> a hero and now a friend. it's great. >> jimmy: it's the best. we've talked to matthew mcconaughey, who is also inducted, he's a very -- he's a texas guy himself. >> i mean, mcconaughey is texas. >> jimmy: mcconaughey is texas. [ laughter ] he is, yeah. have you ever met matthew mcconaughey? >> you know, i -- mcconaughey and i are now pals. but my first time meeting mcconaughey was out at linklater's ranch.
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so, you know, richard linklater has this great ranch in bastrop, texas. and that's where we kind of rehearsed "everybody wants some." that's where i have a lot of really special memories. so, i was on christmas break. i wanted to go out to rick's ranch with my dad, and just like go walk around the property. and so we're taking a walk around the property, and i say, "hey can we go to the library where we kind of rehearsed all that stuff?" he goes, "you know, i think matthew is in there." and i said, "matthew?" i'm like, maybe. maybe it's mcconaughey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you want to be cool about it. >> so, i -- you know, i kind of opened the door, and there's this kind of sliver of light that hits this guy. and he's like, "hey, hey, whoa, hold on." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow! [ cheers and applause ] that's great. i never heard that impression of -- >> "wait, hold on, hold on." so, he was in there writing "green lights," his book at the time, so he goes, "well, i know you. i know you." he's like, "glen, glen. yeah, i know you." and then my dad did not see him
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yet, so he steps out into the light -- out of the door and then he goes, "now, who are you?" and my dad goes, "oh, i have a a picture of you next to my bed." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, dad. i think we drank enough, dad. i think we drank enough. >> i look at my dad, i'm like -- >> jimmy: "what are you talking about. >> "stop doing this, dad. whatever this is. stop." >> jimmy: what was he talking about? >> there was this university of texas magazine called "the alcalde." mcconaughey is on the cover. so he goes, "no, no, i have the university of texas magazine next to my bed." and matthew goes, "that is my favorite photoshoot i have ever done in my whole life." and he grabs him by the shoulder and they become best friends. it was great. >> jimmy: he is a charming man. >> very charming man. he's a great man. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i like that guy. let's talk about "hit man." this movie is inspired by a a true story. can you set up what the -- >> so, i found this article about this guy named gary johnson who was a a psychology professor who sort of moonlights with the police department as an undercover -- he's basically a fake hit man for the police department.
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when people are trying to kill their husbands, or their wife, or their business partner, he's the guy standing across from you that you think is a hit man, but he's actually a cop. >> jimmy: so, you're confessing that you want to murder your spouse and you recorded it all. >> exactly, it's all sting operations. but the thing that made this guy different, was that because hitmen don't really exist, he puts on all these disguises, and accents, and all this stuff in order to complete your fantasy of what you think a hit man is. so, i get to play all these different characters. >> jimmy: i mean, you're phenomenal in this. it has so many characters. look at all these characters that you play in the film. this is -- [ light laughter ] i mean, this is fun. >> i mean, this guy is especially nightmarish, whatever that is. >> jimmy: yeah, whenever that guy walks in the room i'm afraid. did you get method? did you get really into these characters? >> you know, so as i'm kind of trying to develop these characters, i would sometime, like, walk outside in new orleans, you know, where we shot it with all these different, you know, hair and costumes and all that stuff.
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so, i went to this, like, coffee shop that was near my house, and someone ended up recognizing me and they go, you know, "are you glen powell?" and i had these in and i go, "yeah." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, look at camera one there. >> this is my new dental work. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. that's good. that's a good fake teeth right there. that is fantastic. >> you know, a lot of people when things start going hollywood they get work but usually -- >> jimmy: it's not that work. you got to save that. that's good. congrats on the great reviews. i want to show a clip. here's glen powell in "hit man." take a look. >> you're not a hit man. you can't be. you've got puppies. you've played with kids. you've opened every door for me tonight, and yet you kill people for money? >> chivalry may be dead, but i didn't kill it. >> and i tried looking you up, but nothing. it's like you don't even exist. >> i guess i'm just your fantasy. >> okay.
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we'll see about that. ♪ how many? wait, i don't want to know. no, i do want to know. what, does a gentleman not kill and tell? >> okay, for the record i love people. >> and yet you kill them. >> not just randomly. it's always with a purpose. to protect. and make no mistake, there are some people who need killing. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] glen powell, everyone. "hit man" is in select theaters may 24th and on netflix june 7th. glen and i are doing something fun, after the break. stick around. don't change the channel. it's good. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> i said, "well, i'm dressing up as christian slater." and he said, "oh, really? from what movie?" and i said, "well, no, it's just an outfit when he wants to feel cool and like he cares." you know? ♪ limu emu... ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are hanging out with glen powell! [ cheers and applause ] glen powell. you are a very successful actor and man, a lot of people may not know this, but we actually got our start together and -- >> i had a feeling you were going to bring this up. >> jimmy: well, back in the '90s, we starred in the police drama called "precinct 62: lethal justice." [ light laughter ] audience barely remembers it. >> i remember, yeah. >> jimmy: you remember it? >> it's a gritty cop show if you haven't seen it. we play two detectives would didn't see eye to eye. >> jimmy: it was a good -- it was a good show. the only issue was when we
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taped it, they forgot to turn our microphones on. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, they never recorded any of the audio for the show. and so, the director just had his kids revoice the entire thing. [ light laughter ] so, it was us acting but with their voices. >> nepo babies. >> jimmy: that's right, yeah. it was nepotism at its worst. and the director said that no one would notice. but i think you can tell. well, we actually have a a surprise for you. >> what? >> jimmy: we actually did a a little digging ourselves. like little meerkats, we dug in and found a clip from the show. here's a clip from one of the episodes. take a look at this. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm telling you geretti, this case is stressing me out. >> you ain't the only one stressed, morgan. crime is out of control. the city's going down the toilet. >> we got a scumbag out there on the streets pushing angel dust in every neighborhood in
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town. what are we going to do? >> this isn't my first rodeo, jackhole. [ laughter ] >> you watch your mouth. >> that's what i said to your wife. [ laughter ] >> don't you dare talk about loretta like that. not here, not ever. >> enough. we're going to nab this fluffer nutter, and we're going to do it tonight. >> i'm going getting too old for this caca. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> what a -- >> jimmy: that brought back a a lot of memories. >> you know, now that i see it, you really can't tell that it's not our voices. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you can't. well, the director thought it went so well that he had his other kids do the voices for the next episode. >> they were even younger. >> jimmy: yeah, little jackie
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and jasper. >> jackie and jasper. >> jimmy: we -- no. was it jasper and jackie? >> jasper -- yeah. >> jimmy: anyway we found a a clip. yeah, let's take a look. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> whitey, your rule breaking is going to get us expended from the force. [ light laughter ] >> man up, morgan. if you want to follow the law, you got to break it first. [ laughter ] >> well, maybe i should break you first. [ laughter ] >> you want to do this right now? i'll end you. [ laughter ] >> kids, are you done recording down there? dinner's almost ready. >> mom, get out! you're ruining this! [light laughter ] >> now you listen to me. i got an informant on the inside. and it's going down tonight. [ laughter ]
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>> the food's getting cold! >> meet me in the squad car. i'm driving. [ laughter ] >> i'm getting too old for this doo-doo. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: they just -- they just don't make tv like that anymore. [ laughter ] >> it was a special time. >> jimmy: yeah. actually, they did one more episode. do you remember? [ laughter ] do you remember that? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. the director used -- it makes me out of breath thinking about it. [ laughter ] the director used his even younger kids to do the voices. this is his twins, charlotte and little baby tim-tim. [ laughter ] >> oh, right. the twins. >> jimmy: the twins. yeah. what's that? you do? i was talking to the control room. >> yeah, yeah. no, yeah. >> jimmy: sorry. [ laughter ] really? you're not going to believe this. i was just talking to the control room. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we actually -- [ laughter ]
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we actually have one more clip of our show. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> they got me this time, geretti. i think i'm done for. ♪ >> you stay with me, morgan. i'm not going to lose you. >> promise me one thing. you'll take care of loretta for me. [ coughing ] >> oh, i will. [ laughter ] >> you son of a biscuit. >> i'm getting too old for this poo-poo. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that still holds up. [ cheers and applause ] >> still holds up. holds up. >> jimmy: my thanks to glen powell! we'll be right back with more
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a golden globe winning actor who you can see in the new show "the spiderwick chronicles," which premieres april 19th on the roku channel. and you can see him in the new movie "unfrosted" which will stream globally on netflix may 3rd.
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that's the the pop-tart movie. everybody, please welcome christian slater, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. >> hi. >> jimmy: you are the best. welcome back. welcome back to the show. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: you look good, bud. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how's the fam? how's everybody doing? >> family's great. >> jimmy: yeah. how old is the -- the baby now? >> yeah, she's 4 1/2 or 4 and 8 months. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. >> that's kind of a big deal. >> jimmy: it is a big deal. >> a big deal to her, those two months. >> jimmy: yeah, you don't want to get that wrong. >> no, i don't want to mess that up. >> jimmy: did you -- do you ever do any -- does she know what dad does? does she know that you -- because you're movies aren't really for kids. >> yeah, no, they're not. [ light laughter ] she -- we were talking about it the other day. i was trying to explain to her what it is that i do.
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and she seems quite intrigued. i mean, she is -- seems to have a bit of an instinct already to kind of perform. i mean, she knows jokes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, she was telling the joke the other day of, you know, why is six afraid of seven? seven ate nine. i know. we all know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. that's it. that's good. [ applause ] >> i know. >> jimmy: that's right. [ laughter ] >> she told it to somebody the other day and they gave the punchline. and i was like, dude, she's 4 1/2. you know? [ laughter ] give her the punchline. >> jimmy: no, no. i'm even worse. i'm worse than my kids. >> are you? >> jimmy: because they have the joke book. and they read the joke and i guess the punchlines. >> oh. >> jimmy: i guessed like ten of them in a row. >> no. >> jimmy: yeah, i was really good. but -- >> that's pretty good. >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. but they didn't have any fun -- they didn't have any fun at all. >> they weren't having any fun. >> jimmy: it's like "dad, let us tell the joke." i'm like, "hey, seven ate nine. that's a good one. what's the next one?" it was like, oh, my gosh. >> clearly you've been around longer than your kids. to the kids, this is all new. >> jimmy: neutron walks into a a bar and gets a drink. the bartender says, "for you, no charge." [ laughter ]
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it's pretty good. >> pretty good. >> jimmy: not bad, right? >> it's not bad. >> jimmy: yeah, i like that one. [ applause ] thank you very much. i'll be here all week. i have -- there's a lot of things i want to discuss with you. >> okay. >> jimmy: first, "the spiderwick chronicles." >> right. >> jimmy: congratulations on this. this is a fantasy adventure show. did you know anything about this? >> well, i mean it's based on these children's books that are pretty popular. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and, yeah, kids love them. and it was a fun opportunity. >> jimmy: can you tell everyone the wondercon story? >> oh, you heard about that? >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh, okay. [ light laughter ] well, i went to wondercon just recently to, you know, do some promotion and do -- >> jimmy: now, remember, this is a giant -- this is a big deal. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wondercon. >> yeah, wondercon. and i showed up, you know, in my regular clothes. and i had my little garment bag to get changed. and i thought they'd have like a room, you know, to go do it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and they said, no, they have no room. but you can use one of the bathrooms, right. so, i said, okay. i go in there and i've got the place to myself. i'm chilling out for a minute. and i hang the garment bag up and i unzip it.
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all of a sudden, i hear, "what are you dressing up as?" i was like -- [ laughter ] you know, it scared the hell out of me? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was like, "where is this voice coming from?" and, you know, i look around and there's a guy in there, you know, who's been in there for ten minutes while i've been in there and -- >> jimmy: what are you dressing up like? >> yeah, what are you dressing up as? 'cause i guess at wondercon, you now, they expect -- when they hear the garment bag it's gonna be a transformer or something of that nature, you know. some kind of outfit. >> jimmy: costume. yes. >> some kind of costume. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i said, "well, i'm dressing up as christian slater." and he said, "oh, really? from what movie?" and i said, "well, no, it's just an outfit when he wants to feel cool and like he cares." you know? [ laughter ] that's all it is. not from a movie. and, you know, so i did. i got myself dressed. he finished and -- [ laughter ] and he came out and i was doing up my shoe. and i went, "hey, how are you?" and he's like, "oh, you are christian slater!" [ laughter and applause ] so --
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>> jimmy: i like that. >> that's funny. >> jimmy: that makes me laugh. >> it's a silly story. >> jimmy: who do you play in "the spiderwick" chronicles"? >> i play a centuries old ogre -- >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] named -- well, you can see it. yeah, named mulgarath. he's -- it's based on book one and book five. and this is "the wrath of mulgarath." and it was a lot of fun to do. >> jimmy: what a fun career. i mean, you get to do everything. man, 'cause you're one of the best actors out there. i love you. you're really one of my faves. [ cheers and applause ] i love everything you do, bud. i really do. "spiderwick chronicles" premieres april 19th on the roku channel. now -- >> no subscription needed, by the way, on roku. >> jimmy: oh, you don't need it? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: just hop on roku, check it out. but you do need a subscription to watch "unfrosted." >> correct! >> jimmy: that is the -- sorry to be the damper, but it's on netflix, and a lot of people have that subscription. yeah. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it is directed by the one and only jerry seinfeld. >> right! [ cheers and applause ] it is about the invention of
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the pop-tart. and this is -- it's hilarious. there's so many great cameos in this. and you play a great role. when you get a call from jerry seinfeld, is it just like an immediate yes? >> uh, pretty much, yeah. i mean, he could have been making a movie about, you know, who knows what. >> jimmy: yeah, and you'd do it. >> yeah, we all wanted to do it. it was great. of course, immediately i said yes. i didn't even know what the part was. i mean, hugh grant is playing tony the tiger. [ laughter ] which is, you know. >> jimmy: it's so good. >> completely insane. >> jimmy: gaffigan, amy schumer -- >> yeah, yeah. i mean, i remember when we did the first read-through, it was during covid, so we were all on a zoom. and it was melissa mccarthy and it was just a huge list of great comedians, yeah. everybody showed up. >> jimmy: you play the milkman. >> right, i play -- yes, the evil milkman. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i'm just leaning into it now. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> this is what it is. >> jimmy: but i could see why the milkman would feel threatened -- >> well, yeah. >> jimmy: -- by the pop-tart. >> right.
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i mean, the guy comes along. he wants to make a pop-tart, you don't need milk with a a pop-tart. >> jimmy: yeah. it's a cereal -- it's a a milkless cereal. >> yeah, i have a livelihood. and i have kids to take care of. [ laughter ] and you know, this guy is stepping into my territory. >> jimmy: exactly. >> you know, everything was sweet and rosey until this crazy pop-tart came along. >> jimmy: this pop-tart, yeah. >> yeah. you did the song for it, right? >> jimmy: i did it. i did the song "sweet morning heat." >> "sweet morning heat." >> jimmy: and it's -- i don't even know if it's out yet. but it's me and meghan trainor. >> get ready. >> jimmy: jerry seinfeld wrote the lyrics and mark ronson and andrew white produced this song. >> good crew. good crew. >> jimmy: the guys who did "i'm just ken." and we did -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, "sweet morning heat," when you hear that, get ready. >> billboard charts. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: get ready. i want to show a clip. here's christian slater in "unfrosted." take a look at this. ♪
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>> something i can help you with mr. cabana? >> no, i'm just admiring your rig. sweet ride. >> sure is. you know, it's the calcium in milk that keeps bones strong. >> uh-huh. >> without milk, bones can break, and just snap. have a good day, mr. cabana. >> yeah, you too. >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] a lot of calcium in there. christian slater, everyone. "unfrosted" will stream globally on netflix may 3rd. arlo parks performs for us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ - wounded warrior project has been with me every step of my journey. - they've helped me realize it's possible
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>> jimmy: performing "devotion" from her album "my soft machine," please welcome, arlo parks. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ got me falling on my sword but i don't resent you shaking to deftones glitter in my bones ♪ ♪ love you like i don't know better girl i wanna protect you ♪ ♪ i do oh your touch embroiders me i'm wide open hmm ♪ ♪ all yours baby come down like a million tonnes ♪ ♪ all yours baby flood me with your nervous love ♪ ♪ all yours baby come down like a million tonnes ♪ ♪ all yours baby now i got my show clothes on
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the clutch is stickin' ♪ ♪ challenger dark blue why do i trust you when you tell me i'm ♪ ♪ a good thing girl i wanna protect you i do oh your eyes destroying me ♪ ♪ i'm wide open hmm all yours baby come down like ♪ ♪ a million tonnes all yours baby flood me with ♪ ♪ your nervous love all yours baby come down like ♪ ♪ a million tonnes all yours baby flood me with ♪ ♪ your nervous love ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ all yours baby come down like a million tonnes ♪ ♪ all yours baby flood me with your nervous love ♪ ♪ all yours baby come down like a million tonnes ♪ ♪ all yours baby flood me with your nervous love ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ all yours baby come down like a million tonnes ♪ ♪ all yours baby
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flood me with your nervous love ♪ ♪ all yours baby come down like a million tonnes ♪ ♪ all yours baby flood me with your nervous love ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, come on. that's how you do it. arlo parks. [ cheers and applause ] "my soft machine" is out now. we'll be right back everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to glen powell, christian slater, arlo parks once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. thank you for watching. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." goodnight everybody.
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